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                    [description] => Major League Baseball has officially instituted a lockout (Strike). The 2016-2021 collective bargaining agreement between MLB owners and the players’ union expired at 10:59 p.m. Central Time tonight. Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the lockout as part of a previously prepared letter to fans (the full text is available here), Manfred wrote in part: Simply put, ... Read more
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Major League Baseball has officially instituted a lockout (Strike). The 2016-2021 collective bargaining agreement between MLB owners and the players’ union expired at 10:59 p.m. Central Time tonight.

Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the lockout as part of a previously prepared letter to fans (the full text is available here), Manfred wrote in part:

Simply put, we believe that an offseason lockout is the best mechanism to protect the 2022 season. We hope that the lockout will jump-start negotiations and lead us to an agreement that allows the season to start on time. This defensive blocking was necessary because the vision of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) threatened the ability of most teams to be competitive. It is simply not a viable option. From the beginning, the MLBPA has not been willing to move from its initial position, compromise or collaborate on solutions. “

Manfred went on to assert that the MLBPA “came to the bargaining table with a confrontational strategy on compromise” and “never wavered collectively from the most extreme set of proposals in its history, including significant cuts to the revenue sharing system, a weakening of the competitive balance tax, and shortening the length of time players play for their teams. All of these changes would make our game less competitive, not more. “

The MLB Players Association issued a statement of its own (on Twitter). Read in part:

Major League Baseball has announced a player lockout, shutting down our industry. This closure is a dramatic move, regardless of the timing. It is not required by law or for any other reason. It was the owners’ decision, plain and simple, to calculate specifically to pressure Players to relinquish rights and benefits, and abandon good faith negotiation proposals that will benefit not only Players, but the game and the industry as a whole. . ? We remain determined to return to the field under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement that is fair to all parties and provides fans with the best version of the game we all love. “

A transaction freeze will be the most visible appearance of the lockdown to fans, at least until the possibility of game cancellations if no deal is reached within a couple of months.

However, the ban on transactions is not the only effect. ESPN’s Jeff Passan explored some intricacies of the situation earlier this week in an article worth reading in its entirety.

Some of the less visible effects: Injured players will not be able to communicate with team coaching staff, players can no longer use team-run mental health services, and some foreign-born players may have visa issues. Also don’t expect press conferences for newly hired players or interviews with GMs:

The lockout is uncharted territory for a generation of baseball fans; This is the first work stoppage in the history of this website. It will be the first official work stoppage since 1994, breaking a streak of almost three decades of labor peace. The parties had discussions every day this week, but it does not appear that they have made much progress.

The league declined to make a counter offer on the time-of-service structure and luxury tax thresholds unless the MLBPA abandoned its efforts to boost players’ eligibility for free agency, a lawsuit the union allegedly rejected.

The league gave up some ground on the competitive equilibrium tax, and MLB proposed gradually increasing the lower tax threshold to an endpoint of $ 220 million:

However, that remains slightly below the MLBPA’s $ 240MM target, and it’s unclear whether the league’s proposed increase also involved a corresponding increase in penalties paid for exceeding those markers.

Certainly, there is a lot to work on beyond the luxury tax. The league’s time of service system, umpiring, and fundamental competitive structure (including the number of playoff teams) will be discussed at least for the next several weeks.

That says nothing about potential field rule changes like the extra inning runner and universal designated hitter. With so much to be determined, it is generally not expected that a deal will be reached in a short time:

The 2022 spring training schedule could potentially dictate when the lockout ends, with owners likely reluctant to give up the revenue from exhibition games.

It may interest you: MLB Major League Baseball Unemployment Almost Certain Dec. 2

The Winter Meetings, originally scheduled for December 6-9 in Orlando, have been canceled, reports ESPN’s Jeff Passan (Twitter link). The commissioner is scheduled to hold a press conference tomorrow, Thursday morning.

Rafael Martinez

I am a fan of the King of Sports, especially the Boston Red Sox in MLB and in general all of Mexican baseball. This profession has given me the opportunity to cover major events such as the Caribbean Series, the LMB All Star, LMP (uninterrupted since 2009), signings of important players. I had the chance to attend the 2013 World Classic in Arizona, USA, albeit as a fan. Apart from this beautiful sport, I love basketball, where I have also narrated games and even an NBA friendly 10 years ago, but I carry baseball in my veins. Graduated in Communication Sciences from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) , from which I graduated in 2011. I was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and started in the world of sports journalism in 2004 in the newspaper El Sol de Mazatlán, where I was a baseball columnist and reporter at the same time. In January 2009 I came to El Debate as a journalist reporter and it was almost six years (in the first stage), until in November 2014 I emigrated to the radio providing my services in Línea Directa-Grupo RSN. My cycle there ended in July 2019 and within days, El Debate gave me another opportunity to work and opened the doors for me again. That is how I came to Al Bat, where I have been since 2019 as a web journalist.

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We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding content

MLB: It’s official, Major League Baseball’s work stoppage begins, the first in 27 years

) [summary] => Major League Baseball has officially instituted a lockout (Strike). The 2016-2021 collective bargaining agreement between MLB owners and the players’ union expired at 10:59 p.m. Central Time tonight. Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the lockout as part of a previously prepared letter to fans (the full text is available here), Manfred wrote in part: Simply put, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Major League Baseball has officially instituted a lockout (Strike). The 2016-2021 collective bargaining agreement between MLB owners and the players’ union expired at 10:59 p.m. Central Time tonight.

Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the lockout as part of a previously prepared letter to fans (the full text is available here), Manfred wrote in part:

Simply put, we believe that an offseason lockout is the best mechanism to protect the 2022 season. We hope that the lockout will jump-start negotiations and lead us to an agreement that allows the season to start on time. This defensive blocking was necessary because the vision of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) threatened the ability of most teams to be competitive. It is simply not a viable option. From the beginning, the MLBPA has not been willing to move from its initial position, compromise or collaborate on solutions. “

Manfred went on to assert that the MLBPA “came to the bargaining table with a confrontational strategy on compromise” and “never wavered collectively from the most extreme set of proposals in its history, including significant cuts to the revenue sharing system, a weakening of the competitive balance tax, and shortening the length of time players play for their teams. All of these changes would make our game less competitive, not more. “

The MLB Players Association issued a statement of its own (on Twitter). Read in part:

Major League Baseball has announced a player lockout, shutting down our industry. This closure is a dramatic move, regardless of the timing. It is not required by law or for any other reason. It was the owners’ decision, plain and simple, to calculate specifically to pressure Players to relinquish rights and benefits, and abandon good faith negotiation proposals that will benefit not only Players, but the game and the industry as a whole. . ? We remain determined to return to the field under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement that is fair to all parties and provides fans with the best version of the game we all love. “

A transaction freeze will be the most visible appearance of the lockdown to fans, at least until the possibility of game cancellations if no deal is reached within a couple of months.

However, the ban on transactions is not the only effect. ESPN’s Jeff Passan explored some intricacies of the situation earlier this week in an article worth reading in its entirety.

Some of the less visible effects: Injured players will not be able to communicate with team coaching staff, players can no longer use team-run mental health services, and some foreign-born players may have visa issues. Also don’t expect press conferences for newly hired players or interviews with GMs:

The lockout is uncharted territory for a generation of baseball fans; This is the first work stoppage in the history of this website. It will be the first official work stoppage since 1994, breaking a streak of almost three decades of labor peace. The parties had discussions every day this week, but it does not appear that they have made much progress.

The league declined to make a counter offer on the time-of-service structure and luxury tax thresholds unless the MLBPA abandoned its efforts to boost players’ eligibility for free agency, a lawsuit the union allegedly rejected.

The league gave up some ground on the competitive equilibrium tax, and MLB proposed gradually increasing the lower tax threshold to an endpoint of $ 220 million:

However, that remains slightly below the MLBPA’s $ 240MM target, and it’s unclear whether the league’s proposed increase also involved a corresponding increase in penalties paid for exceeding those markers.

Certainly, there is a lot to work on beyond the luxury tax. The league’s time of service system, umpiring, and fundamental competitive structure (including the number of playoff teams) will be discussed at least for the next several weeks.

That says nothing about potential field rule changes like the extra inning runner and universal designated hitter. With so much to be determined, it is generally not expected that a deal will be reached in a short time:

The 2022 spring training schedule could potentially dictate when the lockout ends, with owners likely reluctant to give up the revenue from exhibition games.

It may interest you: MLB Major League Baseball Unemployment Almost Certain Dec. 2

The Winter Meetings, originally scheduled for December 6-9 in Orlando, have been canceled, reports ESPN’s Jeff Passan (Twitter link). The commissioner is scheduled to hold a press conference tomorrow, Thursday morning.

Rafael Martinez

I am a fan of the King of Sports, especially the Boston Red Sox in MLB and in general all of Mexican baseball. This profession has given me the opportunity to cover major events such as the Caribbean Series, the LMB All Star, LMP (uninterrupted since 2009), signings of important players. I had the chance to attend the 2013 World Classic in Arizona, USA, albeit as a fan. Apart from this beautiful sport, I love basketball, where I have also narrated games and even an NBA friendly 10 years ago, but I carry baseball in my veins. Graduated in Communication Sciences from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) , from which I graduated in 2011. I was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and started in the world of sports journalism in 2004 in the newspaper El Sol de Mazatlán, where I was a baseball columnist and reporter at the same time. In January 2009 I came to El Debate as a journalist reporter and it was almost six years (in the first stage), until in November 2014 I emigrated to the radio providing my services in Línea Directa-Grupo RSN. My cycle there ended in July 2019 and within days, El Debate gave me another opportunity to work and opened the doors for me again. That is how I came to Al Bat, where I have been since 2019 as a web journalist.

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We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding content

MLB: It’s official, Major League Baseball’s work stoppage begins, the first in 27 years

[date_timestamp] => 1638472297 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => New computational approach predicts chemical reactions at high temperatures [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/new-computational-approach-predicts-chemical-reactions-at-high-temperatures/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 18:37:26 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceapproachchemicalComputationalpredictsreactionstemperatures [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7956 [description] => Journal Reference: Jose Antonio Garrido Torres, Vahe Gharakhanyan, Nongnuch Artrith, Tobias Hoffmann Eegholm, Alexander Urban. Augmenting zero-Kelvin quantum mechanics with machine learning for the prediction of chemical reactions at high temperatures. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27154-2 A Columbia Engineering team reports that they have developed a new computation technique that, through combining quantum ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Jose Antonio Garrido Torres, Vahe Gharakhanyan, Nongnuch Artrith, Tobias Hoffmann Eegholm, Alexander Urban. Augmenting zero-Kelvin quantum mechanics with machine learning for the prediction of chemical reactions at high temperatures. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27154-2

A Columbia Engineering team reports that they have developed a new computation technique that, through combining quantum mechanics and machine learning, can accurately predict the reduction temperature of metal oxides to their base metals. Their approach is computationally as efficient as conventional calculations at zero temperature and, in their tests, more accurate than computationally demanding simulations of temperature effects using quantum chemistry methods. The study, led by Alexander Urban, assistant professor of chemical engineering, is published today by Nature Communications ASAP.

?Decarbonizing the chemical industry is critical if we are to transition to a more sustainable future, but developing alternatives for established industrial processes is very cost-intensive and time-consuming,? Urban said. ?A bottom-up computational process design that doesn?t require initial experimental input would be an attractive alternative but has so far not been realized. This new study is, to our knowledge, the first time that a hybrid approach, combining computational calculations with AI, has been attempted for this application. And it?s the first demonstration that quantum-mechanics-based calculations can be used for the design of high-temperature processes.?

The researchers knew that, at very low temperatures, quantum-mechanics-based calculations can accurately predict the energy that chemical reactions require or release. They augmented this zero-temperature theory with a machine-learning model that learned the temperature dependence from publicly available high-temperature measurements. They designed their approach, which focused on extracting metal at high temperatures, to also predict the change of the ?free energy? with the temperature, whether it was high or low.

?Free energy is a key quantity of thermodynamics and other temperature-dependent quantities can, in principle, be derived from it,? said José A. Garrido Torres, the paper?s first author who was a postdoctoral fellow in Urban?s lab and is now a research scientist at Princeton. ?So we expect that our approach will also be useful to predict, for example, melting temperatures and solubilities for the design of clean electrolytic metal extraction processes that are powered by renewable electric energy.?

?The future just got a little bit closer,? said Nick Birbilis, Deputy Dean of the Australian National University College of Engineering and Computer Science and an expert for materials design with a focus on corrosion durability, who was not involved in the study. ?Much of the human effort and sunken capital over the past century has been in the development of materials that we use every day ? and that we rely on for our power, flight, and entertainment. Materials development is slow and costly, which makes machine learning a critical development for future materials design. In order for machine learning and AI to meet its potential, models must be mechanistically relevant and interpretable. This is precisely what the work of Urban and Garrido Torres demonstrates. Furthermore, the work takes a whole-of-system approach for one of the first times, linking atomistic simulations on one end engineering applications on the other ? via advanced algorithms.?

The team is now working on extending the approach to other temperature-dependent materials properties, such as solubility, conductivity, and melting, that are needed to design electrolytic metal extraction processes that are carbon-free and powered by clean electric energy.

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New computational approach predicts chemical reactions at high temperatures

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Jose Antonio Garrido Torres, Vahe Gharakhanyan, Nongnuch Artrith, Tobias Hoffmann Eegholm, Alexander Urban. Augmenting zero-Kelvin quantum mechanics with machine learning for the prediction of chemical reactions at high temperatures. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27154-2 A Columbia Engineering team reports that they have developed a new computation technique that, through combining quantum ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Jose Antonio Garrido Torres, Vahe Gharakhanyan, Nongnuch Artrith, Tobias Hoffmann Eegholm, Alexander Urban. Augmenting zero-Kelvin quantum mechanics with machine learning for the prediction of chemical reactions at high temperatures. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27154-2

A Columbia Engineering team reports that they have developed a new computation technique that, through combining quantum mechanics and machine learning, can accurately predict the reduction temperature of metal oxides to their base metals. Their approach is computationally as efficient as conventional calculations at zero temperature and, in their tests, more accurate than computationally demanding simulations of temperature effects using quantum chemistry methods. The study, led by Alexander Urban, assistant professor of chemical engineering, is published today by Nature Communications ASAP.

?Decarbonizing the chemical industry is critical if we are to transition to a more sustainable future, but developing alternatives for established industrial processes is very cost-intensive and time-consuming,? Urban said. ?A bottom-up computational process design that doesn?t require initial experimental input would be an attractive alternative but has so far not been realized. This new study is, to our knowledge, the first time that a hybrid approach, combining computational calculations with AI, has been attempted for this application. And it?s the first demonstration that quantum-mechanics-based calculations can be used for the design of high-temperature processes.?

The researchers knew that, at very low temperatures, quantum-mechanics-based calculations can accurately predict the energy that chemical reactions require or release. They augmented this zero-temperature theory with a machine-learning model that learned the temperature dependence from publicly available high-temperature measurements. They designed their approach, which focused on extracting metal at high temperatures, to also predict the change of the ?free energy? with the temperature, whether it was high or low.

?Free energy is a key quantity of thermodynamics and other temperature-dependent quantities can, in principle, be derived from it,? said José A. Garrido Torres, the paper?s first author who was a postdoctoral fellow in Urban?s lab and is now a research scientist at Princeton. ?So we expect that our approach will also be useful to predict, for example, melting temperatures and solubilities for the design of clean electrolytic metal extraction processes that are powered by renewable electric energy.?

?The future just got a little bit closer,? said Nick Birbilis, Deputy Dean of the Australian National University College of Engineering and Computer Science and an expert for materials design with a focus on corrosion durability, who was not involved in the study. ?Much of the human effort and sunken capital over the past century has been in the development of materials that we use every day ? and that we rely on for our power, flight, and entertainment. Materials development is slow and costly, which makes machine learning a critical development for future materials design. In order for machine learning and AI to meet its potential, models must be mechanistically relevant and interpretable. This is precisely what the work of Urban and Garrido Torres demonstrates. Furthermore, the work takes a whole-of-system approach for one of the first times, linking atomistic simulations on one end engineering applications on the other ? via advanced algorithms.?

The team is now working on extending the approach to other temperature-dependent materials properties, such as solubility, conductivity, and melting, that are needed to design electrolytic metal extraction processes that are carbon-free and powered by clean electric energy.

We wish to say thanks to the author of this article for this incredible material

New computational approach predicts chemical reactions at high temperatures

[date_timestamp] => 1638470246 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Who hopes to recover for Rome? Simone Inzaghi?s answer [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/sport/who-hopes-to-recover-for-rome-simone-inzaghis-answer/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Ann Moon ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 18:23:41 +0000 [category] => SportAnswerhopesInzaghisrecoverRomeSimone [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7950 [description] => The coach after the 2-0 victory at San Siro: “We had some defections but I am very satisfied with the boys. We know we have not done anything yet and on Saturday another challenging match against Roma awaits us. We must continue on this one. road, because we run ahead “. And he takes stock ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The coach after the 2-0 victory at San Siro: “We had some defections but I am very satisfied with the boys. We know we have not done anything yet and on Saturday another challenging match against Roma awaits us. We must continue on this one. road, because we run ahead “. And he takes stock of possible recoveries in defense in view of Roma

INTER 2-0 SPEZIA, GOALS AND HIGHLIGHTS: VIDEO

Satisfaction in the voice of Simone Inzaghi after the 2-0 ofInter sany Spice. Nerazzurri who rise to 34 points in the standings and give continuity to the victory of the last round in Venice. “We knew that it was an important game and not an easy one. The boys were very good – explains the coach – they immediately entered the game with the right attitude and I am very satisfied. We are growing, now there are important matches but with this union and with this desire we can still grow. We played with patience and order, giving very little. We must continue on this path, because we run in front and nobody stops “.

“I have faith in penalty takers. Dumfries added value”

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Inter-Spezia 2-0 HIGHLIGHTS

The Inter coach also talks about the penalty takers chapter, with Lautaro scoring for the 2-0 and for the second game in a row from the spot. “I have good shooters like Lautaro, Calhanoglu and Perisic and I trust them. They are taking turns. We are the best attack and we create a lot. I think there is little to say to the boys. “The coach also focuses on the constant growth of Calhanoglu: “Calha has put in his own, he’s a player of quality and quantity, who grows from game to game. I’m satisfied with him, as well as with everyone else.” Words of esteem also for Dumfries: “It did very well, I’ve always used it alternating with Darmian. He comes from another league and you have to be patient because it will certainly be an added value for me and for Inter. He’s a positive guy, who always trains in the best way and has fit in well in the locker room. “

“I hope to recover someone in defense for Rome”

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Look at the Roma, next opponent at the Olimpico on Saturday afternoon: “If I hope to recover someone? We will see him in the next few days, even today I had two full-time defenders but I placed Dimarco back there and I was calm. We hope to recover Sticks – Inzaghi explains – last night he had a high fever and stomach problems. The free is starting to work, Saturday will be 22 days after his injury. He has a good chance of re-entering too Kolarov, per Darmian instead we have to wait “. The conditions of Vidal and Sanchez must also be evaluated:”Vidal he took a blow on the foot in the last action of the game, I hope it’s nothing serious. Sanchez he’s fine, he has done the last two training sessions very well. He moved well, he was fine before the break, then I got him back, not in good condition. In any case, he works in the best way “.

We wish to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding material

Who hopes to recover for Rome? Simone Inzaghi’s answer

) [summary] => The coach after the 2-0 victory at San Siro: “We had some defections but I am very satisfied with the boys. We know we have not done anything yet and on Saturday another challenging match against Roma awaits us. We must continue on this one. road, because we run ahead “. And he takes stock ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The coach after the 2-0 victory at San Siro: “We had some defections but I am very satisfied with the boys. We know we have not done anything yet and on Saturday another challenging match against Roma awaits us. We must continue on this one. road, because we run ahead “. And he takes stock of possible recoveries in defense in view of Roma

INTER 2-0 SPEZIA, GOALS AND HIGHLIGHTS: VIDEO

Satisfaction in the voice of Simone Inzaghi after the 2-0 ofInter sany Spice. Nerazzurri who rise to 34 points in the standings and give continuity to the victory of the last round in Venice. “We knew that it was an important game and not an easy one. The boys were very good – explains the coach – they immediately entered the game with the right attitude and I am very satisfied. We are growing, now there are important matches but with this union and with this desire we can still grow. We played with patience and order, giving very little. We must continue on this path, because we run in front and nobody stops “.

“I have faith in penalty takers. Dumfries added value”

see also



Inter-Spezia 2-0 HIGHLIGHTS

The Inter coach also talks about the penalty takers chapter, with Lautaro scoring for the 2-0 and for the second game in a row from the spot. “I have good shooters like Lautaro, Calhanoglu and Perisic and I trust them. They are taking turns. We are the best attack and we create a lot. I think there is little to say to the boys. “The coach also focuses on the constant growth of Calhanoglu: “Calha has put in his own, he’s a player of quality and quantity, who grows from game to game. I’m satisfied with him, as well as with everyone else.” Words of esteem also for Dumfries: “It did very well, I’ve always used it alternating with Darmian. He comes from another league and you have to be patient because it will certainly be an added value for me and for Inter. He’s a positive guy, who always trains in the best way and has fit in well in the locker room. “

“I hope to recover someone in defense for Rome”

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Mou: “If I were in Zaniolo, I would leave Serie A”

Look at the Roma, next opponent at the Olimpico on Saturday afternoon: “If I hope to recover someone? We will see him in the next few days, even today I had two full-time defenders but I placed Dimarco back there and I was calm. We hope to recover Sticks – Inzaghi explains – last night he had a high fever and stomach problems. The free is starting to work, Saturday will be 22 days after his injury. He has a good chance of re-entering too Kolarov, per Darmian instead we have to wait “. The conditions of Vidal and Sanchez must also be evaluated:”Vidal he took a blow on the foot in the last action of the game, I hope it’s nothing serious. Sanchez he’s fine, he has done the last two training sessions very well. He moved well, he was fine before the break, then I got him back, not in good condition. In any case, he works in the best way “.

We wish to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding material

Who hopes to recover for Rome? Simone Inzaghi’s answer

[date_timestamp] => 1638469421 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => China: Macau?s dirty money in the sights of central authorities [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/world-news/china-macaus-dirty-money-in-the-sights-of-central-authorities/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Perer Hallot ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 18:08:42 +0000 [category] => World NewsauthoritiescentralChinadirtyMacausmoneySights [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7944 [description] => The new “king of paris” of the special administrative region of Macao (China), Alvin Chau, CEO and majority shareholder of the leisure travel operator Suncity, was remanded in custody on Monday, November 29, along with four of his associates, after more than fourteen hours of questioning which, according to the local press, resulted in a ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The new “king of paris” of the special administrative region of Macao (China), Alvin Chau, CEO and majority shareholder of the leisure travel operator Suncity, was remanded in custody on Monday, November 29, along with four of his associates, after more than fourteen hours of questioning which, according to the local press, resulted in a confession. The prices of the six Macau casino operators, listed in Hong Kong (Wynn, SJM, Sands, MGM, Melco and Galaxy), fell 5 to 10% on the day, taking nearly 5 billion dollars (4.4 billion dollars). euros).

The detainees are accused of having organized online betting from platforms based abroad – notably in the Philippines – accessible to players from mainland China (the rest of Chinese territory), where gambling is prohibited . In this way, they would have facilitated money laundering operations. ?The group used the bank accounts of Macau companies to move funds through [des] underground networks », Indicates the document published by the Attorney General of Macao.

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Police spokesman Chong Kam Leong clarified that Macau police have been investigating Suncity’s illegal activities since August 2019. Alvin Chau had already been banned from staying in Australia since 2019, where authorities suspected him. “Large-scale money laundering activities”, according to a 2017 Hong Kong Jockey Club report. These arrests took place less than 24 hours after an arrest warrant issued against Alvin Chau by judicial authorities in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, over 1,000 kilometers northwest of Macau, mainland China.

Wenzhou police accuse him of “Lead a criminal organization, with 12,000 agents whose mission was to promote gambling”, who “Causes serious damage to the social order of the country”. The union is said to have recruited 80,000 punters in China. The coincidence between the arrest warrant issued by China and the police strike in Macao suggests that the decision to act in the special administrative region may have been taken in China.

Grim reputation

The episode therefore seems to confirm the impatience of the Chinese central authorities to eradicate from their tiny region the laundering of dirty money from China through gambling, specifically targeting “junkets”, agents who serve. intermediaries between the big players and the casinos and whose links with the triads are known. The “junkets” identify and canvass these customers in mainland China and then take care of everything for them: their trip to Macao, by private jet or helicopter if necessary, their luxury hotel, and access to the tables. most exclusive game.

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China: Macau’s dirty money in the sights of central authorities

) [summary] => The new “king of paris” of the special administrative region of Macao (China), Alvin Chau, CEO and majority shareholder of the leisure travel operator Suncity, was remanded in custody on Monday, November 29, along with four of his associates, after more than fourteen hours of questioning which, according to the local press, resulted in a ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The new “king of paris” of the special administrative region of Macao (China), Alvin Chau, CEO and majority shareholder of the leisure travel operator Suncity, was remanded in custody on Monday, November 29, along with four of his associates, after more than fourteen hours of questioning which, according to the local press, resulted in a confession. The prices of the six Macau casino operators, listed in Hong Kong (Wynn, SJM, Sands, MGM, Melco and Galaxy), fell 5 to 10% on the day, taking nearly 5 billion dollars (4.4 billion dollars). euros).

The detainees are accused of having organized online betting from platforms based abroad – notably in the Philippines – accessible to players from mainland China (the rest of Chinese territory), where gambling is prohibited . In this way, they would have facilitated money laundering operations. ?The group used the bank accounts of Macau companies to move funds through [des] underground networks », Indicates the document published by the Attorney General of Macao.

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Police spokesman Chong Kam Leong clarified that Macau police have been investigating Suncity’s illegal activities since August 2019. Alvin Chau had already been banned from staying in Australia since 2019, where authorities suspected him. “Large-scale money laundering activities”, according to a 2017 Hong Kong Jockey Club report. These arrests took place less than 24 hours after an arrest warrant issued against Alvin Chau by judicial authorities in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, over 1,000 kilometers northwest of Macau, mainland China.

Wenzhou police accuse him of “Lead a criminal organization, with 12,000 agents whose mission was to promote gambling”, who “Causes serious damage to the social order of the country”. The union is said to have recruited 80,000 punters in China. The coincidence between the arrest warrant issued by China and the police strike in Macao suggests that the decision to act in the special administrative region may have been taken in China.

Grim reputation

The episode therefore seems to confirm the impatience of the Chinese central authorities to eradicate from their tiny region the laundering of dirty money from China through gambling, specifically targeting “junkets”, agents who serve. intermediaries between the big players and the casinos and whose links with the triads are known. The “junkets” identify and canvass these customers in mainland China and then take care of everything for them: their trip to Macao, by private jet or helicopter if necessary, their luxury hotel, and access to the tables. most exclusive game.

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[date_timestamp] => 1638468522 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Climate modeling confirms historical records showing rise in hurricane activity [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/climate-modeling-confirms-historical-records-showing-rise-in-hurricane-activity/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 17:20:52 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceactivityClimateconfirmsHistoricalHurricanemodelingrecordsrise [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7939 [description] => Journal Reference: Kerry Emanuel. Atlantic tropical cyclones downscaled from climate reanalyses show increasing activity over past 150 years. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27364-8 However, scientists have questioned whether this upward trend is a reflection of reality, or simply an artifact of lopsided record-keeping. If 19th-century storm trackers had access to 21st-century technology, would ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Kerry Emanuel. Atlantic tropical cyclones downscaled from climate reanalyses show increasing activity over past 150 years. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27364-8

However, scientists have questioned whether this upward trend is a reflection of reality, or simply an artifact of lopsided record-keeping. If 19th-century storm trackers had access to 21st-century technology, would they have recorded more storms? This inherent uncertainty has kept scientists from relying on storm records, and the patterns within them, for clues to how climate influences storms.

A new MIT study published today in Nature Communications has used climate modeling, rather than storm records, to reconstruct the history of hurricanes and tropical cyclones around the world. The study finds that North Atlantic hurricanes have indeed increased in frequency over the last 150 years, similar to what historical records have shown.

In particular, major hurricanes, and hurricanes in general, are more frequent today than in the past. And those that make landfall appear have grown more powerful, carrying more destructive potential.

Curiously, while the North Atlantic has seen an overall increase in storm activity, the same trend was not observed in the rest of the world. The study found that the frequency of tropical cyclones globally has not changed significantly in the last 150 years.

?The evidence does point, as the original historical record did, to long-term increases in North Atlantic hurricane activity, but no significant changes in global hurricane activity,? says study author Kerry Emanuel, the Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Atmospheric Science in MIT?s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences. ?It certainly will change the interpretation of climate?s effects on hurricanes ? that it?s really the regionality of the climate, and that something happened to the North Atlantic that?s different from the rest of the globe. It may have been caused by global warming, which is not necessarily globally uniform.?

Chance encounters

The most comprehensive record of tropical cyclones is compiled in a database known as the International Best Track Archive for Climate Stewardship (IBTrACS). This historical record includes modern measurements from satellites and aircraft that date back to the 1940s. The database?s older records are based on reports from ships and islands that happened to be in a storm?s path. These earlier records date back to 1851, and overall the database shows an increase in North Atlantic storm activity over the last 150 years.

?Nobody disagrees that that?s what the historical record shows,? Emanuel says. ?On the other hand, most sensible people don?t really trust the historical record that far back in time.?

Recently, scientists have used a statistical approach to identify storms that the historical record may have missed. To do so, they consulted all the digitally reconstructed shipping routes in the Atlantic over the last 150 years and mapped these routes over modern-day hurricane tracks. They then estimated the chance that a ship would encounter or entirely miss a hurricane?s presence. This analysis found a significant number of early storms were likely missed in the historical record. Accounting for these missed storms, they concluded that there was a chance that storm activity had not changed over the last 150 years.

But Emanuel points out that hurricane paths in the 19th century may have looked different from today?s tracks. What?s more, the scientists may have missed key shipping routes in their analysis, as older routes have not yet been digitized.

?All we know is, if there had been a change (in storm activity), it would not have been detectable, using digitized ship records,? Emanuel says ?So I thought, there?s an opportunity to do better, by not using historical data at all.?

Seeding storms

Instead, he estimated past hurricane activity using dynamical downscaling ? a technique that his group developed and has applied over the last 15 years to study climate?s effect on hurricanes. The technique starts with a coarse global climate simulation and embeds within this model a finer-resolution model that simulates features as small as hurricanes. The combined models are then fed with real-world measurements of atmospheric and ocean conditions. Emanuel then scatters the realistic simulation with hurricane ?seeds? and runs the simulation forward in time to see which seeds bloom into full-blown storms.

For the new study, Emanuel embedded a hurricane model into a climate ?reanalysis? ? a type of climate model that combines observations from the past with climate simulations to generate accurate reconstructions of past weather patterns and climate conditions. He used a particular subset of climate reanalyses that only accounts for observations collected from the surface ? for instance from ships, which have recorded weather conditions and sea surface temperatures consistently since the 1850s, as opposed to from satellites, which only began systematic monitoring in the 1970s.

?We chose to use this approach to avoid any artificial trends brought about by the introduction of progressively different observations,? Emanuel explains.

He ran an embedded hurricane model on three different climate reanalyses, simulating tropical cyclones around the world over the past 150 years. Across all three models, he observed ?unequivocal increases? in North Atlantic hurricane activity.

?There?s been this quite large increase in activity in the Atlantic since the mid-19th century, which I didn?t expect to see,? Emanuel says.

Within this overall rise in storm activity, he also observed a ?hurricane drought? ? a period during the 1970s and 80s when the number of yearly hurricanes momentarily dropped. This pause in storm activity can also be seen in historical records, and Emanuel?s group proposes a cause: sulfate aerosols, which were byproducts of fossil fuel combustion, likely set off a cascade of climate effects that cooled the North Atlantic and temporarily suppressed hurricane formation.

?The general trend over the last 150 years was increasing storm activity, interrupted by this hurricane drought,? Emanuel notes. ?And at this point, we?re more confident of why there was a hurricane drought than why there is an ongoing, long-term increase in activity that began in the 19th century. That is still a mystery, and it bears on the question of how global warming might affect future Atlantic hurricanes.?

This research was supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation.

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Climate modeling confirms historical records showing rise in hurricane activity

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Kerry Emanuel. Atlantic tropical cyclones downscaled from climate reanalyses show increasing activity over past 150 years. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27364-8 However, scientists have questioned whether this upward trend is a reflection of reality, or simply an artifact of lopsided record-keeping. If 19th-century storm trackers had access to 21st-century technology, would ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Kerry Emanuel. Atlantic tropical cyclones downscaled from climate reanalyses show increasing activity over past 150 years. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27364-8

However, scientists have questioned whether this upward trend is a reflection of reality, or simply an artifact of lopsided record-keeping. If 19th-century storm trackers had access to 21st-century technology, would they have recorded more storms? This inherent uncertainty has kept scientists from relying on storm records, and the patterns within them, for clues to how climate influences storms.

A new MIT study published today in Nature Communications has used climate modeling, rather than storm records, to reconstruct the history of hurricanes and tropical cyclones around the world. The study finds that North Atlantic hurricanes have indeed increased in frequency over the last 150 years, similar to what historical records have shown.

In particular, major hurricanes, and hurricanes in general, are more frequent today than in the past. And those that make landfall appear have grown more powerful, carrying more destructive potential.

Curiously, while the North Atlantic has seen an overall increase in storm activity, the same trend was not observed in the rest of the world. The study found that the frequency of tropical cyclones globally has not changed significantly in the last 150 years.

?The evidence does point, as the original historical record did, to long-term increases in North Atlantic hurricane activity, but no significant changes in global hurricane activity,? says study author Kerry Emanuel, the Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Atmospheric Science in MIT?s Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences. ?It certainly will change the interpretation of climate?s effects on hurricanes ? that it?s really the regionality of the climate, and that something happened to the North Atlantic that?s different from the rest of the globe. It may have been caused by global warming, which is not necessarily globally uniform.?

Chance encounters

The most comprehensive record of tropical cyclones is compiled in a database known as the International Best Track Archive for Climate Stewardship (IBTrACS). This historical record includes modern measurements from satellites and aircraft that date back to the 1940s. The database?s older records are based on reports from ships and islands that happened to be in a storm?s path. These earlier records date back to 1851, and overall the database shows an increase in North Atlantic storm activity over the last 150 years.

?Nobody disagrees that that?s what the historical record shows,? Emanuel says. ?On the other hand, most sensible people don?t really trust the historical record that far back in time.?

Recently, scientists have used a statistical approach to identify storms that the historical record may have missed. To do so, they consulted all the digitally reconstructed shipping routes in the Atlantic over the last 150 years and mapped these routes over modern-day hurricane tracks. They then estimated the chance that a ship would encounter or entirely miss a hurricane?s presence. This analysis found a significant number of early storms were likely missed in the historical record. Accounting for these missed storms, they concluded that there was a chance that storm activity had not changed over the last 150 years.

But Emanuel points out that hurricane paths in the 19th century may have looked different from today?s tracks. What?s more, the scientists may have missed key shipping routes in their analysis, as older routes have not yet been digitized.

?All we know is, if there had been a change (in storm activity), it would not have been detectable, using digitized ship records,? Emanuel says ?So I thought, there?s an opportunity to do better, by not using historical data at all.?

Seeding storms

Instead, he estimated past hurricane activity using dynamical downscaling ? a technique that his group developed and has applied over the last 15 years to study climate?s effect on hurricanes. The technique starts with a coarse global climate simulation and embeds within this model a finer-resolution model that simulates features as small as hurricanes. The combined models are then fed with real-world measurements of atmospheric and ocean conditions. Emanuel then scatters the realistic simulation with hurricane ?seeds? and runs the simulation forward in time to see which seeds bloom into full-blown storms.

For the new study, Emanuel embedded a hurricane model into a climate ?reanalysis? ? a type of climate model that combines observations from the past with climate simulations to generate accurate reconstructions of past weather patterns and climate conditions. He used a particular subset of climate reanalyses that only accounts for observations collected from the surface ? for instance from ships, which have recorded weather conditions and sea surface temperatures consistently since the 1850s, as opposed to from satellites, which only began systematic monitoring in the 1970s.

?We chose to use this approach to avoid any artificial trends brought about by the introduction of progressively different observations,? Emanuel explains.

He ran an embedded hurricane model on three different climate reanalyses, simulating tropical cyclones around the world over the past 150 years. Across all three models, he observed ?unequivocal increases? in North Atlantic hurricane activity.

?There?s been this quite large increase in activity in the Atlantic since the mid-19th century, which I didn?t expect to see,? Emanuel says.

Within this overall rise in storm activity, he also observed a ?hurricane drought? ? a period during the 1970s and 80s when the number of yearly hurricanes momentarily dropped. This pause in storm activity can also be seen in historical records, and Emanuel?s group proposes a cause: sulfate aerosols, which were byproducts of fossil fuel combustion, likely set off a cascade of climate effects that cooled the North Atlantic and temporarily suppressed hurricane formation.

?The general trend over the last 150 years was increasing storm activity, interrupted by this hurricane drought,? Emanuel notes. ?And at this point, we?re more confident of why there was a hurricane drought than why there is an ongoing, long-term increase in activity that began in the 19th century. That is still a mystery, and it bears on the question of how global warming might affect future Atlantic hurricanes.?

This research was supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation.

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Climate modeling confirms historical records showing rise in hurricane activity

[date_timestamp] => 1638465652 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Banchero has already conquered the NBA and Italy. But that cramp problem ? [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/nba/banchero-has-already-conquered-the-nba-and-italy-but-that-cramp-problem/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Holly June ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 17:20:02 +0000 [category] => NBABancheroconqueredcrampItaly [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7933 [description] => The future blue in the first 8 games with Duke confirmed that he has the potential to be a star. In the two-week break, however, he will have to solve the only problem shown so far Twenty-two days to confirm that you belong to the elite. To deserve all the attention around. To be truly ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The future blue in the first 8 games with Duke confirmed that he has the potential to be a star. In the two-week break, however, he will have to solve the only problem shown so far

Twenty-two days to confirm that you belong to the elite. To deserve all the attention around. To be truly “the real deal”, as coach Mike Krzyzewski has repeatedly defined him, a superstar candidate both in the NBA and for Italian basketball. The first 8 college basketball games confirmed that Paolo Banchero is a potential phenomenon, the strong candidate for the first overall pick in the Draft, now more than ever. A phenomenon that has already shown its Achilles heel: cramps, excess fatigue. The one that is already working to eliminate.

Fatigue

?

Cramps slowed Banchero in the two most important games of the season so far: his debut against Kentucky in New York on November 9 and in the match against Gonzaga on the 26th, the one against Chet Holmgren who is his direct rival for the first call. ?I have never had cramp problems until now? said Paolo after the match against Kentucky. Duke treated him during the race with massages and a drip of fluids, but after the problem recurred, the school subjected his star to more thorough tests. It emerged that the future blue loses about 3.5 kg every game, for how much he sweats and for how many salts he loses. The medical staff at Blue Blood University in Durham, North Carolina are working on a personalized program for Banchero: it concerns both what he drinks during the game and his diet. It is a situation to be monitored, but a problem that both Duke and Paolo want to solve already from these two weeks of pause that the Blue Devils have in their calendar: after the unexpected ko at Ohio State from number 1 in the ranking, the team of coaches K will return to the field on December 14 against South Carolina State.

talent

?

Banchero wants to come back polished and free from what has so far seemed to be his only weakness. In the first two weeks, the 19-year-old born in Seattle showed all his samples: maturity, basketball intelligence, already refined attack and the will to be a factor also in defense, the ability to carry the ball and start action once the rebound is captured under your own basket. The numbers say 17.8 points and 7.3 rebounds on average so far, shooting 50% from the field and 33% from three. Banchero’s talent, however, goes far beyond the numbers, and is what led him to overtake Holmgren in forecasts for the first call to the next Draft. The direct confrontation was definitely won by the blue, despite the cramps that kept him out for most of the second half. Banchero against the center of Gonzaga has shown to be an almost finished product, ready immediately for the NBA. Also ready to be the star of the Italian national team, perhaps as early as the 2022 European Championship as president Petrucci dreams. “I wrote him a personal letter to show him how much Italian basketball can’t wait to embrace him – said the federbasket number 1 -. Paolo, by choosing to play for our country, made an extraordinary gesture. We hope to have it with us as soon as possible. I will work to ensure that he can play the 2022 European Championship with the national team in September. The Fip is willing to make a very important investment in him “.

lessons

?

It didn’t go smoothly in Banchero’s first month as a college player. Especially off the pitch. On December 8, Paolo will have to appear before a North Carolina judge for having his car driven by a companion (the grandson of coach K) who tested positive for the alcohol test. It is a minor offense, for which the future blue was reported on the spot and then left free (unlike his partner, who was arrested for driving under the influence), but a lesson from which Banchero said he “learned very”. Above all, he learned that there is a lot of attention around a candidate to be the absolute first choice in the Draft, regardless of what he does. On the pitch the lowest point was the match with Ohio State, the one that closed the first cycle of Duke’s calendar. Banchero played much worse than the 14 points and 5 rebounds on the scoresheet, shooting 4/14 from the field and suffering the opponent’s attention, never being able to be that star Duke needed. “Paolo will always have the best opponent defender on him – said coach K -. At first he played too fine, then he made some good plays. We have a lot of faith in him, we won’t put him on the bench for a bad match. This game is also a lesson for him: after all he only played 8 games in college, there is always something to learn ?.

restart

?

Banchero’s college career has just begun and it is not in these first 8 games if it is decided whether he will be the first overall choice of the Nba Draft in June. For Paolo, however, it was important to start on the right foot, to demonstrate from the first games that everything that is said about him is true, that he seriously has the talent to be a phenomenon among professionals, the star of the NBA franchise who will choose him and that of the Italian national team. Because that promise made a year ago, that choice to wear blue, Paolo has not forgotten: ?I already feel the affection of the Italian fans – he recently told the Gazzetta -. I can’t wait to come to Italy and touch all that affection with my hand. And I can’t wait to put on that shirt “. His love story with blue is the future. The present is made up of school and training, to improve as a person and as a player. Because the hardest part comes now: confirming throughout the season that you are a phenomenon. With the eyes of three parallel universes (college basketball, NBA and national team) constantly focused on him.

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Banchero has already conquered the NBA and Italy. But that cramp problem …

) [summary] => The future blue in the first 8 games with Duke confirmed that he has the potential to be a star. In the two-week break, however, he will have to solve the only problem shown so far Twenty-two days to confirm that you belong to the elite. To deserve all the attention around. To be truly ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The future blue in the first 8 games with Duke confirmed that he has the potential to be a star. In the two-week break, however, he will have to solve the only problem shown so far

Twenty-two days to confirm that you belong to the elite. To deserve all the attention around. To be truly “the real deal”, as coach Mike Krzyzewski has repeatedly defined him, a superstar candidate both in the NBA and for Italian basketball. The first 8 college basketball games confirmed that Paolo Banchero is a potential phenomenon, the strong candidate for the first overall pick in the Draft, now more than ever. A phenomenon that has already shown its Achilles heel: cramps, excess fatigue. The one that is already working to eliminate.

Fatigue

?

Cramps slowed Banchero in the two most important games of the season so far: his debut against Kentucky in New York on November 9 and in the match against Gonzaga on the 26th, the one against Chet Holmgren who is his direct rival for the first call. ?I have never had cramp problems until now? said Paolo after the match against Kentucky. Duke treated him during the race with massages and a drip of fluids, but after the problem recurred, the school subjected his star to more thorough tests. It emerged that the future blue loses about 3.5 kg every game, for how much he sweats and for how many salts he loses. The medical staff at Blue Blood University in Durham, North Carolina are working on a personalized program for Banchero: it concerns both what he drinks during the game and his diet. It is a situation to be monitored, but a problem that both Duke and Paolo want to solve already from these two weeks of pause that the Blue Devils have in their calendar: after the unexpected ko at Ohio State from number 1 in the ranking, the team of coaches K will return to the field on December 14 against South Carolina State.

talent

?

Banchero wants to come back polished and free from what has so far seemed to be his only weakness. In the first two weeks, the 19-year-old born in Seattle showed all his samples: maturity, basketball intelligence, already refined attack and the will to be a factor also in defense, the ability to carry the ball and start action once the rebound is captured under your own basket. The numbers say 17.8 points and 7.3 rebounds on average so far, shooting 50% from the field and 33% from three. Banchero’s talent, however, goes far beyond the numbers, and is what led him to overtake Holmgren in forecasts for the first call to the next Draft. The direct confrontation was definitely won by the blue, despite the cramps that kept him out for most of the second half. Banchero against the center of Gonzaga has shown to be an almost finished product, ready immediately for the NBA. Also ready to be the star of the Italian national team, perhaps as early as the 2022 European Championship as president Petrucci dreams. “I wrote him a personal letter to show him how much Italian basketball can’t wait to embrace him – said the federbasket number 1 -. Paolo, by choosing to play for our country, made an extraordinary gesture. We hope to have it with us as soon as possible. I will work to ensure that he can play the 2022 European Championship with the national team in September. The Fip is willing to make a very important investment in him “.

lessons

?

It didn’t go smoothly in Banchero’s first month as a college player. Especially off the pitch. On December 8, Paolo will have to appear before a North Carolina judge for having his car driven by a companion (the grandson of coach K) who tested positive for the alcohol test. It is a minor offense, for which the future blue was reported on the spot and then left free (unlike his partner, who was arrested for driving under the influence), but a lesson from which Banchero said he “learned very”. Above all, he learned that there is a lot of attention around a candidate to be the absolute first choice in the Draft, regardless of what he does. On the pitch the lowest point was the match with Ohio State, the one that closed the first cycle of Duke’s calendar. Banchero played much worse than the 14 points and 5 rebounds on the scoresheet, shooting 4/14 from the field and suffering the opponent’s attention, never being able to be that star Duke needed. “Paolo will always have the best opponent defender on him – said coach K -. At first he played too fine, then he made some good plays. We have a lot of faith in him, we won’t put him on the bench for a bad match. This game is also a lesson for him: after all he only played 8 games in college, there is always something to learn ?.

restart

?

Banchero’s college career has just begun and it is not in these first 8 games if it is decided whether he will be the first overall choice of the Nba Draft in June. For Paolo, however, it was important to start on the right foot, to demonstrate from the first games that everything that is said about him is true, that he seriously has the talent to be a phenomenon among professionals, the star of the NBA franchise who will choose him and that of the Italian national team. Because that promise made a year ago, that choice to wear blue, Paolo has not forgotten: ?I already feel the affection of the Italian fans – he recently told the Gazzetta -. I can’t wait to come to Italy and touch all that affection with my hand. And I can’t wait to put on that shirt “. His love story with blue is the future. The present is made up of school and training, to improve as a person and as a player. Because the hardest part comes now: confirming throughout the season that you are a phenomenon. With the eyes of three parallel universes (college basketball, NBA and national team) constantly focused on him.

We would like to thank the writer of this write-up for this outstanding web content

Banchero has already conquered the NBA and Italy. But that cramp problem …

[date_timestamp] => 1638465602 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Gabriella Aires reconfirmed as president of Fiavet Piemonte [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/lifestyle/gabriella-aires-reconfirmed-as-president-of-fiavet-piemonte/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Mike Ewing ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 17:15:28 +0000 [category] => LifestyleAiresFiavetGabriellaPiemontepresidentreconfirmed [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7927 [description] => Gabriella Aires with the board of directors of Fiavet Piemonte Gabriella Aires was confirmed with a large majority at the presidency of Fiavet Piemonte for the second term, until 2024. Owner of I Viaggi di Gabry and Max di Chieri, Aires has been a director of Visit Piemonte for several months. The councilor for tourism ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Gabriella Aires with the board of directors of Fiavet Piemonte

Gabriella Aires was confirmed with a large majority at the presidency of Fiavet Piemonte for the second term, until 2024. Owner of I Viaggi di Gabry and Max di Chieri, Aires has been a director of Visit Piemonte for several months. The councilor for tourism of Piedmont Vittoria Poggio and Maria Luisa Coppa, president of Confcommercio Piemonte, came to bring them to the assembly the greetings of the institutions.

«For a brief moment I thought not to reapply – says Aires – to take care of my company which in the pandemic has suffered and suffers like those of all colleagues. Then I realized that I would have left the important project that we have started in Fiavet Piemonte in these three years halfway. And I realized it wouldn’t be right to call me out just now. ‘ So here is Gabriella Aires’ program for this second term.

Gabriella Aires confirms herself as president with a board of eight directors, of which seven elected and one co-opted, against only three directors in the past three years. «It happens because the visible and concrete commitment has stimulated a new desire among our companies to act and participate. A group of colleagues was born from the eductours determined to promote our Piedmont together. A precious awakening in this moment, which must be cultivated with everyone’s commitment. It’s time to work, as much and more than before, other than retire ?.

The new board of directors is made up of the vice president of Fiavet Piemonte Emanuela Galleano; with her they make up Igor Giuliano, Fabrizio Pio, Laura Audi, Barbara Parodi, Paolo Moschini Monti, Roberto Girino; co-opted director is Caludio Cristofaro.

The program is divided into 4 points: the eductour in Piedmont for members, started in full pandemic to support local tourism. «The goal is to open them to the other Fiavet regions – explains Aires – so that they can give life to a new collaboration project between us companies throughout the country, as happened here in Piedmont. It could be the basis for important developments both in international incoming and in domestic tourism ».

Other important voices from the Aires program: «A robust campaign by proselytizing, because we have to extend the base. Then he doesn’t give up unauthorized. We are asking institutions for new rules that allow us to report them and law enforcement to stop illegal activities. And there is still a communication campaign in the pipeline aimed at the organized tourism supply chain and consumers ?.

Finally a program of lifelong learning, «For a sector that must reconfigure itself – explains Aires – in an operational and market context distorted by the pandemic. We have to reinvent and relaunch ourselves, and for this our skills must evolve substantially. We are working on the project with the EBR, the Regional Bilateral Body of which Fiavet Piemonte is a 50% shareholder, with its president Renato Poggetti

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Gabriella Aires reconfirmed as president of Fiavet Piemonte

) [summary] => Gabriella Aires with the board of directors of Fiavet Piemonte Gabriella Aires was confirmed with a large majority at the presidency of Fiavet Piemonte for the second term, until 2024. Owner of I Viaggi di Gabry and Max di Chieri, Aires has been a director of Visit Piemonte for several months. The councilor for tourism ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Gabriella Aires with the board of directors of Fiavet Piemonte

Gabriella Aires was confirmed with a large majority at the presidency of Fiavet Piemonte for the second term, until 2024. Owner of I Viaggi di Gabry and Max di Chieri, Aires has been a director of Visit Piemonte for several months. The councilor for tourism of Piedmont Vittoria Poggio and Maria Luisa Coppa, president of Confcommercio Piemonte, came to bring them to the assembly the greetings of the institutions.

«For a brief moment I thought not to reapply – says Aires – to take care of my company which in the pandemic has suffered and suffers like those of all colleagues. Then I realized that I would have left the important project that we have started in Fiavet Piemonte in these three years halfway. And I realized it wouldn’t be right to call me out just now. ‘ So here is Gabriella Aires’ program for this second term.

Gabriella Aires confirms herself as president with a board of eight directors, of which seven elected and one co-opted, against only three directors in the past three years. «It happens because the visible and concrete commitment has stimulated a new desire among our companies to act and participate. A group of colleagues was born from the eductours determined to promote our Piedmont together. A precious awakening in this moment, which must be cultivated with everyone’s commitment. It’s time to work, as much and more than before, other than retire ?.

The new board of directors is made up of the vice president of Fiavet Piemonte Emanuela Galleano; with her they make up Igor Giuliano, Fabrizio Pio, Laura Audi, Barbara Parodi, Paolo Moschini Monti, Roberto Girino; co-opted director is Caludio Cristofaro.

The program is divided into 4 points: the eductour in Piedmont for members, started in full pandemic to support local tourism. «The goal is to open them to the other Fiavet regions – explains Aires – so that they can give life to a new collaboration project between us companies throughout the country, as happened here in Piedmont. It could be the basis for important developments both in international incoming and in domestic tourism ».

Other important voices from the Aires program: «A robust campaign by proselytizing, because we have to extend the base. Then he doesn’t give up unauthorized. We are asking institutions for new rules that allow us to report them and law enforcement to stop illegal activities. And there is still a communication campaign in the pipeline aimed at the organized tourism supply chain and consumers ?.

Finally a program of lifelong learning, «For a sector that must reconfigure itself – explains Aires – in an operational and market context distorted by the pandemic. We have to reinvent and relaunch ourselves, and for this our skills must evolve substantially. We are working on the project with the EBR, the Regional Bilateral Body of which Fiavet Piemonte is a 50% shareholder, with its president Renato Poggetti

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[date_timestamp] => 1638465328 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Rule of law: European justice called to reject the appeal of Poland and Hungary [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/world-news/rule-of-law-european-justice-called-to-reject-the-appeal-of-poland-and-hungary/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => River Tents ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 17:13:06 +0000 [category] => World NewsappealcalledEuropeanHungaryjusticelawPolandrejectrule [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7921 [description] => Pro-European demonstration in Warsaw (Poland), October 10, 2021. WOJTEK RADWANSKI / AFP The European Commission should soon be able to use the mechanism of conditionality of the payment of Community funds to respect for the rule of law. The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) indeed recommended, Thursday, December ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The European Commission should soon be able to use the mechanism of conditionality of the payment of Community funds to respect for the rule of law. The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) indeed recommended, Thursday, December 2, that the judges of Luxembourg reject the actions for annulment brought by Hungary and Poland against this regulation. Its conclusions are certainly not binding but, most of the time, they are followed by the Court, which should now rule shortly.

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During the negotiations between the Twenty-Seven on the European recovery plan, in 2020, several member states from northern Europe for the most part, the Netherlands in the lead, as well as the European Parliament, had made this mechanism a sine qua non condition. They demanded that it be possible to block the payment of aid – and more generally of all Community funds – to a country whose failures in the rule of law would threaten the proper use of European money. There was no question of accepting that a common debt be issued to finance this huge financial package if, in return, they did not obtain guarantees on this subject.

An independent justice

Warsaw and Budapest eventually gave in in December 2020, but it was then agreed that if they were to challenge the legality of the mechanism in the EU Court of Justice, the Commission would wait for the outcome of the proceedings before there. to have recourse, and that it would take into account, if necessary, any remarks of the judges of Luxembourg. In March, the governments of Mateusz Morawiecki and Viktor Orban therefore, as planned, appealed for the annulment of the text, whose legality and compliance with treaties they contested.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers War of nerves between Poland and Brussels

The conditionality mechanism “Has been adopted on an adequate legal basis, it is compatible with [les traités] and respects the principle of legal certainty ?, said Thursday, the Advocate General of the CJEU. Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona stressed that the regulation ?Does not apply to all violations of the rule of law, but only to those which have a direct link with budget execution?. In this case, it requires an independent justice – this is no longer the case in Poland – or the existence of a sufficient arsenal to fight effectively against corruption, which is not found in Hungary.

The Commission has not started to pay Poland and Hungary the aid these two countries are eligible for under the ? 750 billion recovery plan

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) [summary] => Pro-European demonstration in Warsaw (Poland), October 10, 2021. WOJTEK RADWANSKI / AFP The European Commission should soon be able to use the mechanism of conditionality of the payment of Community funds to respect for the rule of law. The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) indeed recommended, Thursday, December ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The European Commission should soon be able to use the mechanism of conditionality of the payment of Community funds to respect for the rule of law. The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) indeed recommended, Thursday, December 2, that the judges of Luxembourg reject the actions for annulment brought by Hungary and Poland against this regulation. Its conclusions are certainly not binding but, most of the time, they are followed by the Court, which should now rule shortly.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Hungary, where he faces a united opposition, Viktor Orban launches his campaign targeting “Brussels”

During the negotiations between the Twenty-Seven on the European recovery plan, in 2020, several member states from northern Europe for the most part, the Netherlands in the lead, as well as the European Parliament, had made this mechanism a sine qua non condition. They demanded that it be possible to block the payment of aid – and more generally of all Community funds – to a country whose failures in the rule of law would threaten the proper use of European money. There was no question of accepting that a common debt be issued to finance this huge financial package if, in return, they did not obtain guarantees on this subject.

An independent justice

Warsaw and Budapest eventually gave in in December 2020, but it was then agreed that if they were to challenge the legality of the mechanism in the EU Court of Justice, the Commission would wait for the outcome of the proceedings before there. to have recourse, and that it would take into account, if necessary, any remarks of the judges of Luxembourg. In March, the governments of Mateusz Morawiecki and Viktor Orban therefore, as planned, appealed for the annulment of the text, whose legality and compliance with treaties they contested.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers War of nerves between Poland and Brussels

The conditionality mechanism “Has been adopted on an adequate legal basis, it is compatible with [les traités] and respects the principle of legal certainty ?, said Thursday, the Advocate General of the CJEU. Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona stressed that the regulation ?Does not apply to all violations of the rule of law, but only to those which have a direct link with budget execution?. In this case, it requires an independent justice – this is no longer the case in Poland – or the existence of a sufficient arsenal to fight effectively against corruption, which is not found in Hungary.

The Commission has not started to pay Poland and Hungary the aid these two countries are eligible for under the ? 750 billion recovery plan

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[date_timestamp] => 1638465186 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Researchers model circadian clock neurons in a day-active animal [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/researchers-model-circadian-clock-neurons-in-a-day-active-animal/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 16:02:52 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceanimalcircadianclockdayactivemodelneuronsResearchers [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7916 [description] => Journal Reference: Matthew J Moye, Beatriz Bano-Otalora, Timothy Brown, Robert J Lucas, Casey O Diekman, Mino DC Belle. Daily electrical activity in the master circadian clock of a diurnal mammal. eLife, 2021; 10 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.68179 In a new study published Nov. 30 in the journal eLife, researchers have reported the first-ever recording and modeling of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Matthew J Moye, Beatriz Bano-Otalora, Timothy Brown, Robert J Lucas, Casey O Diekman, Mino DC Belle. Daily electrical activity in the master circadian clock of a diurnal mammal. eLife, 2021; 10 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.68179

In a new study published Nov. 30 in the journal eLife, researchers have reported the first-ever recording and modeling of the electrical activity of circadian clock neurons in a diurnal species ? the four-striped grass mouse, Rhabdomys pumilio.

Until now, brain recording studies of nocturnal species have primarily been used to form an understanding of the mammalian master circadian clock ? located in the brain?s hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), where nearly 20,000 neurons synchronize with the light-dark cycle via electrical signals to orchestrate circadian rhythms in our physiology and behavior.

Researchers say the study is an advance toward more precisely exploring the connection between circadian rhythms and human health, including the relationship between daytime light exposure and circadian clock-related sleep disorders.

?Almost everything we know about the brain?s circadian clock comes from studies on night-active rodents such as rats and mice, which complicates translating this knowledge to human circadian rhythms,? said Casey Diekman, co-corresponding author of the study and mathematical biologist at New Jersey Institute of Technology. ?This work is the first to describe the intricate electrical landscape of the SCN in a diurnal mammal, and it?s highlighted notable differences from nocturnal animals that may be important in adapting clock neuron function to the specific biological demands of a day-active species.?

?We found that the overall day/night pattern of SCN neuron activity in the diurnal rodent R. pumilio is similar to the pattern previously observed in night-active species,? said Beatriz Bano-Otalora, co-first author of the paper and a biologist working with the labs of Robert Lucas and Timothy Brown at the University of Manchester. ?We?ve also found unique features in how R. pumilio?s SCN neurons behave that have never been observed before in nocturnal species.?

The team found that like nocturnal rodents, R. pumilio?s SCN neurons spontaneously fired at a higher rate during daytime hours than at night. This day/night rhythm in firing rate is the main signal the SCN sends to the rest of the brain to communicate the time of day.

?However, when we injected currents to inhibit these neurons, some cells exhibited a pronounced delay before resuming to fire after inhibition was released,? explained Mino Belle, co-corresponding author of the paper and a biologist at the University of Exeter. ?This delay-to-fire response is not present in the SCN of nocturnal rodents and may affect how R. pumilio clock neurons respond to inputs they receive from other cells.?

To learn more, the team combined the voltage traces recorded from the rodent?s brain with a newly developed data assimilation algorithm. They built computational models simulating the complex interaction of voltage-gated ion channels that produce action potentials. The simulations showed that increased conductivity of a particular ion channel, the transient A- potassium channel, was responsible for the delay-to-fire response.

?The enhanced conductance of this potassium channel that our models pointed out could be advantageous for a diurnal species,? said the paper?s co-first author Matthew Moye, a postdoctoral fellow at Merck & Co. who began developing the team?s data assimilation algorithms as a Ph.D. student in NJIT?s Department of Mathematical Sciences. ?Wakefulness results in inhibitory behavioral feedback signals to the SCN, which in nocturnal animals helps keep SCN firing rates low at night. In diurnal animals, this nighttime inhibitory feedback is not present, so enhanced A-type conductance may be needed to silence the SCN at night and preserve the overall day/night firing pattern.?

The team?s research follows separate findings from Diekman and colleagues at Northwestern University recently published Nov. 15 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which revealed the role of the gene Tango10 as a critical link between the circadian clock and the production of daily wake-up signals at the cellular level. Diekman says the same data assimilation method developed to study R. pumilio neurons was used to construct mathematical models from voltage traces of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, ultimately showing how Tango10 gene mutations contribute to disruptions in daily rhythms.

?Now that we have this powerful tool for extracting information from voltage traces, we hope to continue collaborating with electrophysiology labs and apply data assimilation to recordings not just from circadian clock neurons, but also from neurons that are associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer?s and Huntington?s,? Diekman said.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Matthew J Moye, Beatriz Bano-Otalora, Timothy Brown, Robert J Lucas, Casey O Diekman, Mino DC Belle. Daily electrical activity in the master circadian clock of a diurnal mammal. eLife, 2021; 10 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.68179 In a new study published Nov. 30 in the journal eLife, researchers have reported the first-ever recording and modeling of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Matthew J Moye, Beatriz Bano-Otalora, Timothy Brown, Robert J Lucas, Casey O Diekman, Mino DC Belle. Daily electrical activity in the master circadian clock of a diurnal mammal. eLife, 2021; 10 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.68179

In a new study published Nov. 30 in the journal eLife, researchers have reported the first-ever recording and modeling of the electrical activity of circadian clock neurons in a diurnal species ? the four-striped grass mouse, Rhabdomys pumilio.

Until now, brain recording studies of nocturnal species have primarily been used to form an understanding of the mammalian master circadian clock ? located in the brain?s hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), where nearly 20,000 neurons synchronize with the light-dark cycle via electrical signals to orchestrate circadian rhythms in our physiology and behavior.

Researchers say the study is an advance toward more precisely exploring the connection between circadian rhythms and human health, including the relationship between daytime light exposure and circadian clock-related sleep disorders.

?Almost everything we know about the brain?s circadian clock comes from studies on night-active rodents such as rats and mice, which complicates translating this knowledge to human circadian rhythms,? said Casey Diekman, co-corresponding author of the study and mathematical biologist at New Jersey Institute of Technology. ?This work is the first to describe the intricate electrical landscape of the SCN in a diurnal mammal, and it?s highlighted notable differences from nocturnal animals that may be important in adapting clock neuron function to the specific biological demands of a day-active species.?

?We found that the overall day/night pattern of SCN neuron activity in the diurnal rodent R. pumilio is similar to the pattern previously observed in night-active species,? said Beatriz Bano-Otalora, co-first author of the paper and a biologist working with the labs of Robert Lucas and Timothy Brown at the University of Manchester. ?We?ve also found unique features in how R. pumilio?s SCN neurons behave that have never been observed before in nocturnal species.?

The team found that like nocturnal rodents, R. pumilio?s SCN neurons spontaneously fired at a higher rate during daytime hours than at night. This day/night rhythm in firing rate is the main signal the SCN sends to the rest of the brain to communicate the time of day.

?However, when we injected currents to inhibit these neurons, some cells exhibited a pronounced delay before resuming to fire after inhibition was released,? explained Mino Belle, co-corresponding author of the paper and a biologist at the University of Exeter. ?This delay-to-fire response is not present in the SCN of nocturnal rodents and may affect how R. pumilio clock neurons respond to inputs they receive from other cells.?

To learn more, the team combined the voltage traces recorded from the rodent?s brain with a newly developed data assimilation algorithm. They built computational models simulating the complex interaction of voltage-gated ion channels that produce action potentials. The simulations showed that increased conductivity of a particular ion channel, the transient A- potassium channel, was responsible for the delay-to-fire response.

?The enhanced conductance of this potassium channel that our models pointed out could be advantageous for a diurnal species,? said the paper?s co-first author Matthew Moye, a postdoctoral fellow at Merck & Co. who began developing the team?s data assimilation algorithms as a Ph.D. student in NJIT?s Department of Mathematical Sciences. ?Wakefulness results in inhibitory behavioral feedback signals to the SCN, which in nocturnal animals helps keep SCN firing rates low at night. In diurnal animals, this nighttime inhibitory feedback is not present, so enhanced A-type conductance may be needed to silence the SCN at night and preserve the overall day/night firing pattern.?

The team?s research follows separate findings from Diekman and colleagues at Northwestern University recently published Nov. 15 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which revealed the role of the gene Tango10 as a critical link between the circadian clock and the production of daily wake-up signals at the cellular level. Diekman says the same data assimilation method developed to study R. pumilio neurons was used to construct mathematical models from voltage traces of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, ultimately showing how Tango10 gene mutations contribute to disruptions in daily rhythms.

?Now that we have this powerful tool for extracting information from voltage traces, we hope to continue collaborating with electrophysiology labs and apply data assimilation to recordings not just from circadian clock neurons, but also from neurons that are associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer?s and Huntington?s,? Diekman said.

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Researchers model circadian clock neurons in a day-active animal

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